Are you sure these aren't deleting something important? How do you use them, and for what purpose?
A good program you should try is ERUNT. http://www.larshederer.homepage.t-online.de/erunt/
It backs up your registry, and allows you to restore it. Read the text file, it’s small and explains how it works.
You could try it like this: before you run TU or SM, backup the registry, run them, reboot. If the problem appears, restore the registry and don’t use the program that made it happen.
That doesn’t fit the mathematical equation. System Idle Process represents the amount of cpu not currently being used. If it’s 99%, it means your computer is idle and “nothing” is happening. But let’s say during the moments that you do see it being 10-30%, what process(es) are currently sucking those percentages?
Just to clarify, this is during the boot sequence even before the OS (Windows) has initiated? If it is, you might want to double-check your BIOS settings.
Almost all programs reach 100% when it loads during the first couple of seconds, but how long does yours stay that high? The larger the program, the longer it stays.
thanks for the reply s ill try what you guys are suggesting
as I said my cpu usage always shows 10-30% while the system idle process shows 94-99%
well’ all i can say that it’s what it displays i forgot to type that it’s kinda funny for it to be like that
i dont think it’s the BIOS because after i formatted my Computer it’s back to normal
well it takes a minute when the first windows screen shows up not before the windows starts
all the time the cpu usage reaches 70-100% even when the system idle is at 94-99% dont you guys think its funny
well’ when this cursed thing happens to my PC again I’ll be sure to take screenshots